Security operatives alongside Transport union workers have reportedly dispersed June 12 protesters from the Gani Fawehinmi Park in Ojota area of Lagos state.
Recall that protesters had converged on the Park on Saturday to agitate and display their grievances against bad governance, insecurity, the unemployment level, among other issues.
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Reports indicates that the protesters were denied entry into the park by the police which made the protesters moved upward with their placards, chanting solidarity songs.
Suddenly, the union workers, after having a meeting with themselves, moved towards the protesters and ordered everyone to vacate the premises.
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“Go home. Everybody should go home. No protest here,” some members of the union said.
“Anyone that creates unnecessary havoc here will die. What are these hoodlums doing here?” one of the union workers said while pointing at the protesters.
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